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is it possible to restore the delete messages????????? if yes...how???

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Yes, it is possible to retrieve deleted messages on your cell phone. However, there is a catch to it. What usually happens is that when you delete a message, it will not be visible on your phone but you would not have deleted it completely. This makes it possible for you to retrieve it. This is possible if the space occupied previously by the message does not have any data or text. Sometimes, you could also retrieve it even if it has been occupied. It’s not an easy procedure but the results are there and just like in most procedures, there are requirements. To begin with, you will need a USB SIM card data recovery program which can be downloaded online. You will also need a USB SIM card reader and a computer. The SIM card reader is a device used to link the SIM and the computer. With the data recovery program software already installed in your machine, you can proceed with ease. Just like the data recovery program, the SIM card reader is also available online. You can buy one on Amazon, Ebay or online retailers. These two requirements are primary to retrieving any deleted data or text messages on your phone. The rest is simple. Open your recovery data program on your machine; this will automatically recognize your card reader and all the information and data on the SIM. The information will include current information and what has immediately been deleted. So next time when you want to retrieve deleted messages, do not rely on your service provider. In most cases, they will want to have the easy way out and tell you that it is not possible. This is understandable considering the fact that they do not want to meet the cost of having to buy a card reader and downloading the software. It can be both time consuming and tedious yet they may have other pressing issues that need their attention. If you are like most people and accidentally delete an important message, do not despair. You could also use the above mentioned to monitor your child’s phone just to get a wind of what they are doing.
Posted: 25-02-2012 @ 16:29:32
Unfortunately things are not as simple as getting a SIM card reader and a copy of SIM Manager, there is one more detail – does your phone delete the message, or does it only mark it as deleted? The problem is that different mobile phone companies do it their way, and you can't know what your case is unless you actually give it a try, because none of the companies writes about this in the description of their products. Finally, there is another detail – many new phones have the habit of storing the SMS in their own memory, rather than on the SIM card. In that case, the solution described here does not apply, because each phone manufacturer has it their way. There are cases in which the phone will use its own memory for SMS storage, and when it gets full – the new SMS will be stored on the SIM card. There is no certain way of telling guessing how a phone behaves, therefore you should study your phone's habits and see for yourself. It is also a good idea to develop the custom to save the important message to the SIM – to maximize the chance to recover the deleted SMS if things go wrong
Posted: 09-11-2011 @ 19:39:47
if u connected your mobile to computer then your messages will be stored in computer also
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 22:57:56
Unfortunately things are not as simple as getting a SIM card reader and a copy of SIM Manager, there is one more detail – does your phone delete the message, or does it only mark it as deleted? The problem is that different mobile phone companies do it their way, and you can't know what your case is unless you actually give it a try, because none of the companies writes about this in the description of their products. Finally, there is another detail – many new phones have the habit of storing the SMS in their own memory, rather than on the SIM card. In that case, the solution described here does not apply, because each phone manufacturer has it their way. There are cases in which the phone will use its own memory for SMS storage, and when it gets full – the new SMS will be stored on the SIM card. There is no certain way of telling guessing how a phone behaves, therefore you should study your phone's habits and see for yourself. It is also a good idea to develop the custom to save the important message to the SIM – to maximize the chance to recover the deleted SMS if things go wrong
Posted: 25-08-2011 @ 08:40:01
Sim card reader can switch this software to launch hidden msg. Deleted notes,calender,call logs, all kind of sim tools available here, Data recovery on sim card http://www.wisegeek.com/what-is-a-download.htm
Posted: 12-06-2011 @ 23:56:51
no
Posted: 26-05-2011 @ 17:48:59